RIF education brainstorm draws diverse perspectives

LATOYA WATTS, foreground, takes part in a Q&A discussion during the Rhode Island Foundation’s “Make it Happen: World Class Public Education for RI” brainstorming session on Saturday in Providence. PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI
PROVIDENCE - Educational equity. Universal pre-K. Transportation, teacher benefits and even amending the Rhode Island Constitution. Ideas big and small filled the room, shared in conversation and transcribed in loopy scrawl on giant poster boards that lined the walls, as more than 300 people gathered at the Rhode Island Convention Center on Saturday to talk…

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